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NFR locomotives linked to central monitoring system

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GUWAHATI, Nov 21 - NF Railway has connected 256 of its 404 locomotives, or 67 per cent of the total, used for hauling passenger and goods trains, to a centralised remote monitoring system using GPS technology and GSM Mobile Network.

�The system can remotely locate a locomotive, collect data on its movement, collect data on its health and detect faults which can be used for efficient management of train running operation enabling quick decision making,� said Subhanan Chanda, Chief Public Relations Officer of NF Railway.

The new system, called the Remote Monitoring and Management of Locomotives and Trains (REMMLOT) is an on-board microprocessor-based system mounted on locomotives which can collect data on the health of the locomotive on 135 different parameters and send them to a centralised server through a GSM Mobile network.

�The system also helps to detect faults in a locomotive without bringing the locomotive to a repair shop,� said Chanda.

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NFR locomotives linked to central monitoring system

GUWAHATI, Nov 21 - NF Railway has connected 256 of its 404 locomotives, or 67 per cent of the total, used for hauling passenger and goods trains, to a centralised remote monitoring system using GPS technology and GSM Mobile Network.

�The system can remotely locate a locomotive, collect data on its movement, collect data on its health and detect faults which can be used for efficient management of train running operation enabling quick decision making,� said Subhanan Chanda, Chief Public Relations Officer of NF Railway.

The new system, called the Remote Monitoring and Management of Locomotives and Trains (REMMLOT) is an on-board microprocessor-based system mounted on locomotives which can collect data on the health of the locomotive on 135 different parameters and send them to a centralised server through a GSM Mobile network.

�The system also helps to detect faults in a locomotive without bringing the locomotive to a repair shop,� said Chanda.

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